Too Poor for Posh School?

Too Poor for Posh School?


London's Harrow School is one of the last remaining all-boys boarding schools in Britain, and is renowned for producing statesmen, writers and captains of industry. With the fees standing at more than £28,000 a year, two boys from less wealthy families are offered the Peter Beckwith Scholarship annually to pay for their education. Cutting Edge gains access to the selection process, following three of the shortlisted youngsters as they undergo a day of relentless tests and interviews.